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By Jiann-Yang Hwang, Chengguang Bai, John S. Carpenter, Shadia Ikhmayies, Bowen Li, Sergio Neves Monteiro, Zhiwei Peng, Mingming Zhang

This choice of complaints from essentially the most well known TMS symposia explores the present growth within the characterization of fabrics. Addressing applied sciences, purposes, and leading edge examine, those papers hide definations of ferrous and nonferrous metals and alloys, minerals, complex and tender fabrics, and inorganic fabrics. Extraction and environmental functions, in addition to floor, joint, and processing of metals. it is a priceless reference for scientists and engineers operating with fabrics within the minerals, metals, and fabrics industry.Content:

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The reason is that at the side with higher linear speed of rolls, the metal of the rail surface contacted with the roll during the rolling process will flow faster than that on the other side, and the elongation will also be higher than the other side so that the bending is made toward the side with smaller linear speed of roll. 2) Friction force If the roughness between top and bottom roll is different, the rail will bend toward the side with higher toughness of roll during the rolling process because the rail will receive higher friction force at the side with higher roll toughness, thus the plastic deformation and flow of metal at this side will be obviously inhibited, causing the elongation being smaller.

Table III. Comparison of nodule count and percentage of Centrifugal and Gravity Cast samples. 9039 33 100µm 100µm A)Centrifugal Cast B) Gravity Cast Figure 4. A and B Typical as cast un etched microstructures of spheroidal graphite iron by Centrifugal Cast and by Gravity Cast showing nodules count, nodularity percentage and nodules per square millimeter. MM 600 400 200 0 Gravity Centrifugal Figure 5. Effect of centrifugal and gravity process on nodules count, nodularity percentage and nodules per square millimeter of the different samples.

2(a) and 2(b), exhibit lamellar or layered structures. That is lamellar pearlite which is a two-phased and that structure composed of alternating layers of ferrite and cementite. As also shown in Figs. 2(a) and 2(b), transformed products present some darker regions. When the transform is complete, the proportions of darker regions decrease as the cooling rate increase. And it can be found that a lot of irregular particles distributed in the matrix of ferrite, which perhaps is granular pearlite.

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